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NBC
Jan 7, 2013 7:00am PST
, it's so human. >> reporter: the prosecutor, jack campbell, had never heard of restorative justice. because of the unusual circumstances, decided to try it. the families wanted no more than 15 years for connor. campbell offered 20. far less than in similar cases. >> the gromeres found this process through their faith and experience to be cathartic, helpful in their heal iing. this may be one way to help a parent but it's certainly not a fix-all tool. >> reporter: two families trying to come to grips s with a devastating tragedy through forgiveness. mark potter, nbc news, miami. >> along with connor's parents, mike and julie mcbride, joining us from florida. this is about radical forgiveness. to be clear, you came to this not after some long passage of time, but in those excruciating moments when your daughter was on life support. what happened? how is it that you decided to forgive? >> well, it's a process for that week. i went through and, you know, i felt like my daughter was asking me to forgive connor and i just told her i couldn't and there was no way that i could. at the end
NBC
Jan 11, 2013 7:00am PST
a fight at the spot, it's a bar in downtown campbell, which is the last place madsen was seen. there's a 911 call it came from his own cell phone a short time before his death. >> to know that he had a 911 call and it was from his cell phone, him huffing and puffing like he's running from something, that's the only thing that i can think of and it won't get out of my mind. >> the chp says it has specially trained investigators working on the case. officers are calling it a top priority. >>> 9:27 right now, we'll have a look at weather and traffic right after this. >>> welcome back. it is going to be on the chilly side but no longer have a freeze warning in place as temperatures have slowly but surely creeped above that freezing mark. we're now at 39 degrees and 35 in santa cruz, nonetheless it's still cold and nowe're going to bring in a few showers in the forecast, between about 2:00 and 6:00, not expecting much but enough to get you wet if you're outdoors without that umbrella so bring it with you today. 51 in livermore, about 49 degrees in sunnyvale. saturday to sunday, upp
NBC
Jan 12, 2013 5:00am PST
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NBC
Jan 11, 2013 4:30am PST
. a downtown campbell bar which is the last place madsen was seen and then there's a 911 call. campbell place solice say came his own cell phone just hours before his death. >> to know he had a 911 call of him huffing and puffing like he's running from something is all i can think of. it won't get out of my mind. >> he was a good kid. he deserves to have justice. someone is out running around that hit him and left him cold in the dirt. >> tough for that family. chp says it has specially trained investigators working the case. investigators are calling it a top brutality. >>> one of the teenagers that participated in a gang rape outside of a high school in 2009 will be sentenced today. morales faces up to 27 years in prison after pleading guilty in november. morales is one of a group of men accused of raping the 16 year old. last october a man was sentenced to 32 years in prison for his part in the vicious act. four other defendants in this case await trial. >>> the families of two of the victims of last year's shooting rampage have filed wrongful death suits against the school
NBC
Jan 11, 2013 5:00am PST
madsen's body was found on san tomas expressway in campbell just three days before christmas. police say it appears to be a hit-and-run but who hit him and what really happened is still a mystery this morning. madsen's friends say he may have gotten into a fight at the spot. a bar in downtown campbell, which is the last place madsen was seen. and then there's a 911 call campbell police say came from his own cell phone a short time before his death. >> to know that he had a 911 call and was from his cell phone him huffing and puffing like he's running from something. that's the only thing i can think of. it won't get out of my mind. >> he's a good kid. he was a good kid. he deserves more than that. he deserves to have justice. someone out run around that hit him and left him cold in the dirt. >> chp says it has specially trained investigators working the case and call it a top priority. >>> one of the men that participated in that brutal gang rape of a teenager outside a homecoming dance in richmond in 2009 will be sentenced today. morales faces up to 27 years in prison after pleading guilty
NBC
Jan 11, 2013 6:00am PST
presbyterian in campbell three base befo days before christmas. police say it appears to be hit-and-run but who hit him remains a mystery this morning. madsen's friends say he may have gotten in a fight at a bar in downtown campbell and then there's a 911 call campbell police say came from madsen's cell phone a short time before his death. >> to know that he had a 911 call and was from his cell phone him huffing and puffing like he's running from something. that's the only thing i can think of. it won't get out of my mind. >> the chp says it has specially trained investigators working on the case. officers are calling it a top priority. >>> it is back to square one in the search for san jose's next police chief. current chief chris moore is retiring one week from tomorrow. the three possible replacements were rejected by a panel of community leaders on wednesday. the city is now coming up with transition plans. >>> 6:04. help is on the way for commuters caught in that bumper to bumper backup on the dumbarton bridge. you may have noticed since the start of the year the commute from the fremo
NBC
Jan 6, 2013 7:00am PST
the santa clara valley, from around sunnyvale into san jose and campbell, you are seeing the rain dropping in from the northeast. rotating down towards the southwest right now. into the east bay hills. tri-valley, you'll see off-and-on rain showers until probably through lunchtime until the action, early afternoon will be from san jose into morgan hill. the low pressure is tracking across monterey bay and heading into central california. the moisture will slowly get out of the bay area, early afternoon, and then eventually we'll dry things out as we head into the evening. as the low continues to school into central california, a couple of things we'll see today will be the winds picking up out of the northwest which will clear out the skies north of san francisco. but those showers may be a little more stubborn around san jose into maybe early afternoon. the future cast showing you the south bay, clear, lingering showers closer to san jose. mid-afternoon, things shut down and we just see a few clouds drifting into tomorrow morning. no worries about rain for your monday morning com
CSPAN
Jan 9, 2013 11:00pm EST
by david campbell, a number of articles. i know you don't want to spend your time reading academic work, but there's another wave of good policy oriented work coming out of a new generation of scholars produced. you know, graduate students at 2,002,004 another phd some scholars of the future. the future is bright for continued good work in this field. the second closing comment is pleased on election day survey. the election day survey senses is an absolutely vital piece of information, really the only consistent, reliable, natural source of comparative information we have about election performance in the united states. united states. undersecretary states and local officials don't like to respond to the survey, the processes and procedures have been put in place with a consistent set of questions. this is an absolutely vital piece of information must continue to be funded. in addition, i hope we continue to have funding for the research wing of the eac. i hope the research agenda is not set to the legislative process, but more autonomy given to the research staff to attend despit
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